Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council

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Licensing Sub Committee (ceased to operate 10/04/2017) Minutes

Date:
Wednesday, 22nd February, 2006
Time:
10.00 a.m
Place:
Council Chamber, Town Hall, High Street, Stockton on Tees
 
Please note: all Minutes are subject to approval at the next Meeting

Attendance Details

Present:
Cllr Leonard, Cllr Leckonby, Cllr B Woodhead
Officers:
M Vaines (DNS); J Nertney (LDS).
Item Description Decision
Public
1123 APPOINTMENT OF CHAIRMAN
RESOLVED that Councillor Leonard be appointed Chairman for this meeting only.
1124 MINI MARKET, 19 ST PETERS ROAD, STOCKTON ON TEES - APPLICATION UNDER SCHEDULE 8 OF THE LICENSING ACT 2003 - APPLICATION FOR A PREMISE LICENCE.
RESOLVED that the application be granted for the hours requested:-

The supply of alcohol between the following hours:-

Monday to Sunday 09:00 to 23:00 with the premises been open to the public during those hours

The Committee noted that mandatory conditions under the Licensing Act 2003 would be attached to the licence. It was also noted that the steps set out in the Applicants Operating Schedule except for condition 8 will also be converted into conditions to be placed on the licence.

Confidential
1125 MR N K - APPLICATION FOR GRANT OF A PERSONAL LICENCE
  • Report
Withdrawn
10.00 am / 12.00 noon

Preamble

ItemPreamble
1124The Committee gave consideration to the report, the application and the representation which had been received.

The Committee noted that a representation had been received. This person was not in attendance. The representation raised issues the majority of which could not be specifically linked to the premise. There was no evidence before the Committee that this person had previously raised any concerns or complaints with anyone in the past.

Mr. Harvard, Solicitor, spoke on behalf of the Applicant. This was a standard application and there was nothing out of the ordinary with the hours requested. Only one objection has been received and that person is not in attendance at the meeting and may no longer be at the address. It was noted that there was an old people's home just around the corner and no objections have been received from any of the residents. The Applicant was unaware of the alleged problems and could not be held responsible for controlling the behaviour of members of the public/youths outside the premise. It was noted that the Police had not objected to the application and there was no evidence before the Committee of crime and disorder connected with the premise.

The Committee gave consideration to all of the evidence and representations made.

The Committee noted that there were no objections to the application from any of the statutory consultees. There was no firm evidence before the Committee of any crime and disorder or public nuisance connected with the premise. The Committee had regard to the representation from the person living within the vicinity and noted that these were general concerns about anti social behaviour and could not be specifically linked to the premise.

1125Members were informed that the above application had been withdrawn by the applicant.

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